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was in afghanistan in court and his wife had his assistant network gave him a plane ticket to atlanta to baltimore because her mother lives in baltimore. so she had him flying to bwi and spend the night with her. but she called him in saint john, there's a thousand dollars plane ticket waiting for you at the delta cantor in atlanta. biotherapy to that bill signing and he really had a good time. he really enjoyed himself. he got to meet a lot of people and it was good, somebody asked him what he did for close. he did not go back, but he stopped at pennies than oxford and bought him a shirt. he had fresh clothes and it was good. he was there, washington attorney was there and kevin russell was the one who had to italy with me because john was the first choice, but he had a court trial, so you didn't go. kevin tells his harvard students now that he lost the biggest case of his site. i tell people they didn't pay in many brought me a pair of italian leather shoes. so it's really been interest in life. a lot of places i go i don't have any money. i don't have any money that i can't. i may speak to a gr
and unconscionable of all. i want you to know from the deep south we are not beneficiaries in metro atlanta disaster funding. we hold your needs and the highest. >> i can say, and i'm sure i can't speak for the new york delegation, but governor crist has made a commitment. he's not, for this when he's going to make sure this money is well spent. none of it is wasted. much of the community, money will be going to the economic development authority. it's all going to be vetted. i think it will be very well taken care of. >> i yield back. >> i have an item to submit for the record, without objection. december 7, 2012 letter from -- [inaudible] >> and this is in reference to not the current -- mr. rodgers testimony who said the administration him why didn't the administration request watershed protection money. they did. that was interpreted by the senate, included in the senate bill. specifically $150 million to mitigate further flood risk. slightly under that request which is fine. it should meet the needs. a specific request on page three regarding -- i would like to submit those for the record and c
was experiencing. i asked for a show of hands, how many in the audience, mostly people from the atlanta area, was aware that the state of georgia had a drought plan. and i think three hands went up. here's a case where they developed a drought plan but it was never implemented because it became wet. and so it sat on the shelf and people were unaware of it. >> they might go all, we've got rain, we've been doing okay for the last 30 days, we're fine. that's not the case. >> i think it's important, going back to roger's definition to start with, you know, droughts are this extended period of deficiency of precipitation, obviously can be exacerbated by high wind, by high temperatures, by low relative humidity and so forth. so it's this combination of intensity and direction, but the real key is the fact that how this intensity and duration over a period of time begins to impact on the environment and on people. and so that's when you get into agricultural drought, hydrologic drought, and there's another type of drought sometimes referred to which is more socioeconomic drought, which is kind of a
proposed on, and he was desperate. during the overheated years, atlanta had told him he mortgage for more than half a million dollars. far more than he could afford on his annual salary of less than $50,000. and despite various provisions in the original loan he was no arriving at the point of financial ruin. henry said that when he got his mortgage he assumed that the lender knew what he was doing i qualify him for such a large alone. when he wrote to ask him he was worried that only but losing his own, but about losing his family's entire future. as we all know, henry was not alone. people across the country were sold mortgages that were not sustainable. some have their eyes open, seeking to ride the wave of rising housing prices. others, like anna, were led astray. for many borrowers the numbers were ignored or fudged to get the loan approved. this kind of reckless lending was an endemic problem but i firmly believe the rule we are announcing today that existed a decade ago, many people like henry could've been spared the anguish of losing their homes and having their credit destroyed.
met with 1985, the first international aids conference in atlanta, georgia, which fit almost in this room. hard to believe because the coming aids meeting will have about 25,000 people. first of all, i think we could have possibly imagined in 1985 that that meeting that we were at the front end of something that would still be around in 2012, that would by then had sickened or killed about 74, 75 million cuban beans. that in 2012 would be 34, 35 million people live with this disease on every continent on earth. but what i remember most distinctly about that meeting is there with a moment when this tall white guy was translating for a much shorter sire a fellow, dr. pizza and a cluster of us were standing around you and "the wall street journal" reporter, who was absolutely sure that hav was a gay disease wouldn't accept the notion of general heterosexual transmission sent to dr. pizza, isn't it true that africans have sex with monkeys? and i remember this guy trembling with rage. your face changed colors and get you near you had to translate. what the capita's response? >> ye
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